Wednesday, June 26, 2013

[DMANET] SALARY and DEADLINE update - Durham Post-Doc in Graph Algorithms and Complexity - Parameterized Complexity


Since the first advertisement of the Postdoc-position at Durham (Job
Reference 2631, grant "Algorithmic Aspects of Intersection Graph
Models"), we managed to increase the annual salary of the postdoc by
3805 UK Pounds, and the new annual postdoc salary is 27854 UK Pounds.

For this reason we extend the closing date until Sunday 21 July 2013.

More details about the position follow below.


School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, Durham University, UK

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Durham University invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Research
Associate with expertise in graph algorithms and complexity, preferably
also in parameterized complexity and/or intersection graphs.

The successful candidate will work with Dr. George Mertzios on the
EPSRC-funded grant "Algorithmic Aspects of Intersection Graph Models".
The post is available for a period of 1 year from the 1st October 2013
(or later by mutual agreement).

Applicants are expected to have (or be about to receive) a PhD in
Computer Science or a closely related subject (e.g. Mathematics).
Previous research experience in the area of graph algorithms and
complexity is expected, while research experience in parameterized
complexity and/or intersection models for graphs is desirable.

The closing date is 21 July 2013. More details on the position and how
to apply are available from Durham University's web-site at:

and details of the grant are available from:

Informal inquiries regarding this position can be sent to Dr. George

Further information about the Algorithms and Complexity research group
(ACiD) at Durham is available on

An overview of the post can be also found at:

Dr. George B. Mertzios
Lecturer in Computer Science
School of Engineering and Computing Sciences
Durham University, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 191 33 42 429
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